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Graton Resort & Casino, Rohnert Park

(2.4/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Located in Sonoma County, Graton Resort & Casino has a commanding presence among the rolling hills of Northern California’s wine country. Owned and operated by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, Graton Resort & Casino is the complete entertainment experience, featuring table games, the latest slot machines, upscale and casual dining, plus entertainment options for visitors and

locals alike.
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  • I recently had dinner at one of the very nice restaurants at Graton and loved it. Great food, a little expensive, but excellent service.  more »
  • We needed a meal after 9:30PM so went to Graton. The meal took quite a long time to arrive, but the burgers were delicious.  more »
  • As all casino's, you win some and lose some but overall it's a nice place to go if you are in the area. They just built a beautiful hotel and spa, very pricy for Ronert Park but it is very nice if you...  more »
  • Graton Resort & Casino is in a nice location and easy to access. They have well stocked bars and I am able to get a drink easily. Service is great and tables reasonable. They have a plethora of food to choose from whether your are going for fancy or just a quick bite. Overall it is a very nice astablishment.
  • Typical casino experience. Lots of slot machines and decent amount of tables. Take your chances, try out your luck. Inside the casino, there is a marketplace (food court) where you can find Starbucks, The Habit, and fast food there. There's only a few restaurant, no buffets. No kids area (as in arcade or something for kids). The resort/hotel is coming this Fall and maybe that new addition will be more worth it for people to stay longer, but at the moment (July 2016), it's just more of a casino and nothing more.
  • Not a bad casino for California. I like the layout better than Cache Creek. The tables are arrayed throughout the casino instead of a giant block of tables behind a giant block of slots like at Cache Creek. I like the exploration aspect at Graton. Also, the food options are better.
  • The place is deteriorating so fast with increasing crime in the area. First, there are more and more prostitutes in the casino. Second, security personnel are rude, impolite and simply unprofessional, and third, a lot of Chinese gamblers are loud and rowdy. Avoid the baccarat tables. Go to Cache Creek or Thunder Valley.
  • We ate at Boat House and had drinks. The staff, not only of the restaurant, but of the greater casino were very friendly and helpful. I enjoy going to Graton for food and drinks, I rarely gamble. The restaurants are all very nice and offer great food. On my recent visit we toured parts of the new hotel. The addition feels very Vegas, and despite the hotel and casino being located in Rohnert Park, I can imagine that staying at the hotel I could easily forget that fact. The only thing I don't like about Graton casino is that it smells so much like smoke! I'm a non smoker so it's a slight problem, but if I've been drinking enough I don't notice.